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Monday, May 03 2004 | 17:58

The Ann Aimee missions carry on. Next to the works of Alex Cortex and CiM, the label already saw Lucky & Easy (aka Pub) in action with their “Pimp Soul Blisters”-mission. More efforts for Ann Aimee were needed, as they now come with this beautiful full album “Talent Hoover“. Missions on earth are carried as Pub (Ampoule, Vertical Form), in space they’re known as Lucky & Easy.

A classic, is a first word which comes to mind playing the album. The music grabs you, and takes you away from all daily things, which just attracted you again. Once you’ve returned after an hour, there’s not much else to think then directly wanting to get on board again. Lucky & Easy bring very warm electronica, intruiging rythms and sometimes it seems like one song sounds as three in one. Lucky & Easy sound like songs, The Black Dog once used to make, as well like the sounds of Boards of Canada, and it even reminds to The Orb, with it’s psychedelic excursions.

“Talent Hoover” is a beautiful electronica album in style of classics as Boards of Canada’s “Music Is The Right To Childeren”, Kettel’s “Cenyn Crush”, or Plaid’s “Not For Threes”.

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